Day By Day


  • JTC

    Know what you do with frames?

    Hang ’em.

    • JTC

      Everything she knows about the world came from the wiki post about her bosom buddy on her nightshirt Guava Boy and wet dreams about him. Piss away 20 minutes reading this silly and sickening ode and come away with a better understanding of her and her ilk…

      • tx2stpr

        wikipedia is so bad, I keep thinking I am going to see Jefferey Dahlmer referred to as an Iron Chef.

        • kadaka

          Wikipedia sez Naomi is a private contractor in Iraq, keeping watch on Jan who’s embedded in a platoon there, and Kiko and Mari are Caroline and Catherine. Looks good!

      • MasterDiver

        That portrait of the mass murderer would be greatly improved by a .303-sized bullet-hole in the forehead.

        Zar Belk

        • Kafiroon

          Just show her Che’s photos of him dead.
          The ones Before they cleaned him up.

        • The 300

          Pretty sure there are t-shirts like that.

      • Norm

        Guevara was a freedom fighter like Custer was an Indian fighter.

      • NotYetInACamp

        Where’s the part about in there about Che considering blacks subhuman. That is in his writings. That used to start an interesting(?) conversation when I would tell some blacks with at least one wearing that shirt about that. Well. I am just like that. (Some have called it schtupid.)
        Fidel sent Che to get killed fomenting revolution reliable sources have reported.
        Reality has nothing to do with AOC. She is a bubble girl of he reframed dreams.

  • Greg B

    Read Bracken’s “What I saw at the Coup” to see how this ends.

  • Swansonic

    Call the FBI – she’s trying to frame America!

    • interventor

      Need to clean house on the Fibbers, first.

      • Old Codger

        {sigh} Truer words . . .

        • interventor

          Best bet is for AG Barr to form a task force of political appointee prosecutors and FBI from the hinterlands (with no known political affiliations).

          • John

            Note that “the hinterlands” is probably where Obama sent his political opposition to make room for his lackeys, so this might be doubly effective.

  • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

    Need to send all the Socialist Libtard Communist DildoCrats to Venezuela for a year (minimum) and let reality reframe them and their dreams. (dreams to them, nightmares to conservatives)

    • Old Codger

      The problem with that approach is twofold:
      1) They already know about conditions in Venezuela and have a stock answer which is embodied in AOC’s final dream reboot

      2) Even if they did go, they they wouldn’t learn anything – at least not anything useful. With ideologues “Believing is seeing.”

  • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

    Did I forget to mention? When we send the above SLCDCs to Venezuela, take away their passports.
    When the US has diplomatic relations with Venezuela, then the SLCDCs can apply at the US consulate to come home.

    • John

      I vote we deport our unwanted undocumented to Venezuela as well.
      The Maduro machine can deal with them. Let them understand that the parasites are unwanted _everywhere_.

  • WayneM

    AOC is the gift that just keeps on giving. Such a prolific gaff machine…

    • GWB

      Hmmmm. I think we can assume that the stupidity is intentional, now. No need to think she doesn’t know what she’s saying.

      • eon

        Reagan said that the problem with liberals was that so many things they “know” aren’t true. I would say Ms. Crazy Eyes is a perfect example of that.

        clear ether


    • Old Codger

      She’s building a national base upon which to make a run for POTUS in ’24 when she will be old enough to hold office.

      • John

        Why not put up Candice Owens against her and watch the Intersectional Left melt down?

      • JTC

        If ever there was a case to amend the Constitution, her on the top of the Dim ticket in ’20 would be it.

        That would be so. much. fun.

  • Craig

    lmao….. I don’t know how you come up with this stuff. thanks.

    • Chris is simply brilliant at extrapolating from simple observation.

  • kadaka

    Well I just found this very informative, good background read. Nevada is what happens when the federal government ignores a Supreme Court ruling and gets away with it. Must make AOC and fellow travelers tingly with anticipation.

    Plutonium Fight Exposes Rift Over Federal Government Ownership of Lands

    Nevada became a state in 1864 through an act granted by Congress with conditions attached, NPRI says, to which other states were never subject, including the reservation of most land within the state’s boundaries for federal ownership.

    In 1865, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled, “the power of the United States over these lands as property was to cease.”

    85% federal ownership, 87% federal control, 100% un-Constitutional. No wonder the proggies expect to get away with so much anti-2A stuff.

    • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

      Utah (and most other western US states) has the same problem, 70+% FedGov “ownership”.
      We remember Slick Willy’s “pen and phone” creation of the Escalante-Grand Staircase National Monument in 96, almost 2 million acres. All while he stood in ARIZONA to make the announcement speech.
      We have representatives that are fighting this in court and trying to reverse this, but it’s a long slow slog.
      There has been a recent victory with the reduction of the Bear’s Ears National Monument (an O’Bozo “pen and phone” creation, 1.3 mill acres, 2016), turning 80+% back over to state control. And the Libtards are still weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth at President Trump over that one. Ahhhhh, schadenfreude is sweet indeed.

      • kadaka

        True, but Nevada is unique with the Supreme Court ruling about the precondition for their statehood. Otherwise as the federal government was, as I understand it, the owner of the annexed territories that later became states, to demand the federal government to simply hand it over would be depriving of property without just compensation.

        But if there are groups and individuals willing to purchase said land, with whatever deed restrictions are deemed legally permissible to protect nature and wildlife etc, the government should allow it absent a compelling reason otherwise.

  • Looking at what kadaka just said, I’m kinda thinking we need another 1776. Luckily for us, we have The Donald. I realize some seem to have become dis-enamored with him, but I’m looking at the tricks being set up behind the curtain. I see what’s going to happen. My old brain isn’t that far gone. Or maybe it’s because it IS that far gone that I can see between the lines and observe the left stepping on their “equipment” so frequently. They’re being set up for a MASSIVE fall, and they don’t even see it.

    • PaulS

      A four foot fall should be plenty. 😉

      • MasterDiver

        Feet first, with a sharp jerk at the end.

        Zar Belk!

        • interventor

          Plus, rope is a reusable product.

        • PaulS

          I doubt they will be very sharp, but definitely a jerk, or jerkette, as the case may be. 😉

  • Delilah T.

    First, we have a Bimbo who has stirred the pot, bringing a lot of the sludge to the top.

    Then next, we have the NIMBY!!! reaction to the suggestion placing ‘illegals’ in sanctuary cities.

    Venezuela’s Bolivar Bridge to Colombia is blocked by Maduro’s attempt at a Wall (using freight trailers) to keep people IN.

    There is still a small squatty bunch of ISIS in a town in eastern Libya.

    Gas prices at the pump went up again.

    If it weren’t for stuff like this, we wouldn’t have anything to complain about, would we? Are we ever going to have Whirled Peas? Just askin’.

    • interventor

      The bridge is blocked to keep aid out. Gas usually goes up this time of year as half the refineries close at a time to change the fuel mix to EPA warm weather standards. Then, stay up as the traveling season starts.

    • cb

      Whirled Peas… of course, but Green Nude Eel first.

  • Old Codger

    “America, a progressive utopia DONE RIGHT THIS TIME

    “Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.”
    ― Narcotics Anonymous

    Need I say more?

    • WayneM

      Pearls Before Swine is funny (for the most part) but occasionally lapses into leftist talking points.

    • kadaka

      “Pay for journalism”

      After seeing the Covington NYT/WaPo/CNN/MSNBC et al circle jerk, I again had it confirmed the most-true least-spun best-investigated journalism available to me is free.

      I’m in danger of becoming the old guy who yells at the TV when the local affiliate regurgitates the ABC or CNN talking points I’ve read debunked online hours ago. I’m not paying for any “journalism” that I can’t get a refund on.

  • Capn Jack

    Dream on…..

  • Pamela

    Where’s Rod Serling when you need some of his creative writings. Just imagine the Gallery of Twilight musings to benefit in her dreams. They might just keep her sleeping for multiple nights. Or weeks. Perchance months.

    • interventor

      I understand the new Twilight Zone is left wing. Never saw it, as its streaming.

      • Toxic Deplorable B Woodman

        I have enjoyed the original Twilight Zone, as it spoke to the universal human conditions of the day. The sequel, Night Gallery, was almost as good, but doesn’t stand up quite as well.
        The “new” ’80s Twilight Zone and Outer Limits were totally Leftist Libtard political crap.

  • Delilah T.

    I will just drop this here because we all need to know about as many nutballs as possible and what they are really like. And they love to get attention, just so you know.

    Novara Media / @novaramedia
    “We’ve got to go straight to the heart of capitalism and overthrow it.”@GeorgeMonbiot on the only hope we have of stopping
    climate breakdown.

    Now, mind you, this person wears clothing, uses electronic gear, and eats food all produced by capitalism. But like Obviously-Confused, he wants to destroy all that. And then there are those charming sorts who want to shut off all modern stuff, e.g., heat in winter, lights at night, etc., and send us all back to pre-Stone Age living. This is all to save the earth from destruction by (whatever they call it this month).

    We were supposed to get 1 to 3 inches of snow today. It started at 8:30AM local time and now it’s 6 inches deep and still snowing, which I get to shovel… and I don’t want to do this s–t any more. 🙂 I’d love to dump all that snow on the ecohippies and their pals. They need their own planet, along with Beeto, AOC, the California idjit crowd, the Dumbocraps in general, and then we could get back to normal.

    Keep your eyes and ears open. Be aware of the nutballs loose in the world. (Most of them live in crowded cities.) Stock your pantry, fridge, etc., and keep your sense of humor intact.

    Portland, OR, is a sanctuary city, but they don’t want any “illegals” and the ratio of white to non-white is 5 to 1, and Portland is not the only sanctuary city that doesn’t want “illegals”.

    Like Bette said, “Buckle your seat belts. It’s gonna be a bumpy ride.”

    • Punta Gorda

      That’s that Hillarious bit. Put them where the local governments have GONE OUT OF THEIR WAY to make them welcome. It makes perfect sense.

    • NotYetInACamp

      I was just reading some old leftist and ongoing Muslim plans, statements and videos. They are doing what they said. They mean it. I was yelling at the ether what I would have yelled or quietly said to the malfeasance inundated and saturated ones. I am not that old, but I can act it. I have been countering this type of poop since I was eight years old with the communists in the hall nearby.

  • kadaka

    Chris, did you ever wonder what it’d be like to have a pet velociraptor?

    Florida man killed by his cassowary — ‘the world’s most dangerous bird’

    A Florida man was killed Friday after he fell in his backyard and was killed by his pet cassowary, a large flightless bird with sharp talons.

    “Each 3-toed foot has a dagger-like claw on the inner toe that is up to 4 inches (10 centimeters) long,” the zoo entry reads. “The cassowary can slice open any predator or potential threat with a single swift kick.”

    Gators, pythons, cassowaries, red-flag gun laws… Florida seems pretty dangerous! 🙂

    • Chris Muir

      I had an Iguana, once.

      • kadaka

        I had a tarantula, because I was very afraid of spiders. Now I just shoo off 3″ garden spiders.

    • Punta Gorda

      Yeah. .. “Floridaman” is every where. If there is something stupid to be published, you can bet that Floridaman is involved in some way…. except for that guy in Ohio that was arrested for unlawful carnal knowledge of a picnic table a few years ago.

    • JTC

      “Florida seems pretty dangerous! ”

      Damn straight. But that crap is the least of the reasons why.

    • NotYetInACamp

      Our father would not let us keep the rattlesnake. It was Miami Beach after all. We had to return it on the next trip out. And he did not allow us bring home any other poisonous snakes or alligators. we never did get close to catching an American Crocodile. Most everything was catch, observe, and release. The regular exceptions were the fish that were tasty.

  • interventor

    Still, Florida is better than Africa, where everything tries to kill you, or Australia, where nearly everything tries to kill you.

    • Punta Gorda

      Douchebag needs to read Plato’s Republic again. Evidently he was asleep for those classes.